Renault has been shifting gears to prepare for one of its major launches – the Duster. This is a compact SUV which is based on the Logan platform and has been built under the Dacia brand. After the launch of the Duster on the 4th of July, Renault will commence work on its next project— the Sunny. Just like the Pulse-Micra affair, Renault will introduce a twin of Sunny by around the festive season.
This new sedan from Renault’s gamut is likely to have a bit more aggressive stance than Sunny. We do not expect anything more than a few cosmetic changes. All the mechanicals are likely to remain identical. The pricing of the Renault’s version is likely to be wee bit higher than the Sunny and the engine options will be the same 1.5-litre diesel and the 1.6-litre petrol.